Lynyrd Skynyrd – Simple Man Guitar Lesson

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  1. brbuche

    thanks for all the lessons man, I have a song that I've been trying to work on, I cannot get it completely. I need an expert transcriber especially the solo, this song reminded me of the walk down on the intro technique, I think many people would like this. I'D LOVE TO CHANGE THE WORLD (TEN YEARS AFTER). the lessons that are out there pretty weak. although the introduction is covered reasonably easy, thanks cheers keep it up, awesome

  2. clout

    will you do jeremy by pearl jam or mailman by soundgarden? thanks to my favorite teacher!

  3. Kay Bechtel

    Thank you very much for providing us with those high quality lessons for free! Could you maybe do "Soothsayer" by Buckethead? That would be so great! Saw it mentioned often already 🙂

  4. TWINSNAKE47

    Hey Carl, you wouldn't happen to be from California? I thought I saw you or maybe it was your doppelganger

  5. Cale Dupre

    This just happened to be the song I was working on, especially the second guitar riff. Thank you Carl!

  6. Dick Dastardly

    AWESOME LESSON & TONE !!! CARL BROWN IS ONE OF THE BEST IF NOT THEE BEST TEACHERS ON YOUTUBE!! THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING YOU DO!!

  7. safenders

    I met the man who wrote this song in GA. All these guys are great people besides the killer tunes

  8. Stefon Gabriel

    I thought sandercoe was the best teacher on here but you might have him beat.👏👏👏

  9. Derpo 17

    Nice, I've always wanted to learn this one but never quite got around to it.

  10. Bobert

    Could you please make tutorial for “Speak of the Devil” by black pistol fire, I can’t find a tutorial anywhere

  11. Rob Jarrett

    Great lesson.. I always thought Allen Collins was one of the best of his era. So melodic!!

    Would love a lesson on their song I Know A Little. Steve Gaines killed it on this song.

  12. zoysgig

    Come on man… I havent finished Diary of a Madman yet! Ha, keep it up Carl. How about Jerry Reed "East Bound And Down"?

  13. Vortex Ninjaa

    Hey Carl, could you possibly do a lesson on That Smell or Tuesday's Gone by Lynyrd Skynyrd

  14. john

    Doesn't the G chord arpeggio end with the open G string instead of the open D? At least that's how I know it.

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